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Ultra-Thin Motorola SLVR L7 Debuts on Cingular Wireless

Posted on 1-Feb-2006 10:35 | Filed under: News


Ultra-Thin Motorola SLVR L7 Debuts on Cingular Wireless
Cingular Wireless is releasing the ultra-slim Motorola SLVR L7, a less than half an inch mobile phone weighing only 96 grams (3.5 ounces), in a sleek metal housing, a colour display and precision cut keypad.

The Motorola SLVR comes with plenty of multimedia features, including a built-in VGA camera, video capture and playback, and 512 MB (megabytes) of optional expandable memory.

Additionally, SLVR delivers iTunes functionality, with the ability to carry up to 100 song tracks, equivalent to up to 7 hours of music.

Offering a host of connectivity options, the Motorola SLVR delivers hands- free conversations via Bluetooth wireless technology. Cingular customers can also get the quickest access to online content with Cingular's new MEdia Net, which reduces the number of clicks it takes to gain access to news and entertainment headlines, sports scores, financial quotes, local weather, and more - all from the phone.

Motorola SLVR is packaged with everything needed to transfer favorite iTunes collections from a PC to the mobile phone, including a pre-installed 512 MB MicroSD card, A/C charger, USB cable, stereo headset, 3.5 MM headset adapter, and iTunes software.

Currently the Motorola SLVR is available in the U.S. exclusively through Cingular Wireless retail locations for US$199.99 with a two-year service agreement.